| ThoughtCouture wrote:|
btw, you need the fertilizer/nutrients to simulate what is in the earth/soil...
The hydro stores also do seminars by the vendors. Hubby just went to one last week at one of the stores he likes and the guy from one of the nutrient companies gave a detailed overview, how to use etc. Don't spend $500 like my husband though
. You can start with basic nutrients IMO.
Youtube is yo friend!
I like the idea of growing "up", so basically instead of setting your plants up horizontally you would stack them like - a row of tomatoes, a row of cabbage, a row of beans etc all the way up to the ceiling. Since he is the water flow master I'm planning to have him do all that part. I have so much to learn. He's way ahead of me and been ready for about a year now. I just don't want to grow where I live now because once I buy another house I plan to dedicate a permanent space.